Cloud PBX is the latest iteration in modern telecommunications technology. Cloud PBX requires nominal up-front capital expenditure and no recurring maintenance cost. Cloud PBX also allow employees to work anywhere, anytime, and on any device they choose. Scale and grow your phone system as your business grows. Redundancy, up time guarantees, and reliability come with standard using our Cloud PBX.
Springtel Communications Inc. is a premiere Private-Cloud subscription hosting provider for
Avaya IP office
We specialize in customers that have large Nortel PBX and migrating them in manageable groups to the cloud so that the costs are controlled and the project is kept to the size the customer desires.
Springtel Communications Inc. is a Private-Cloud subscription hosting provider for MITEL for their MIVOICE UC Product. MiVoice Business is a communication platform for organizations that delivers voice, messaging, mobility, presence, conferencing, collaboration and applications.
A Software-defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) is a virtual WAN architecture that allows enterprises to cost-effective leverage any combination of transport services – including MPLS, LTE and broadband internet services – to securely connect users to applications in their Datacentre or in the Cloud. Springtel designs and manages these SD-WAN deployments from our Security Operations Centre (SOC).
We have built our cloud services offering around some great technology and services from our partners Tintri (VMaware Cloud storage array products), Fortinet (makers of the widest range of Network Security products ranging from the Cloud to the Enterprise to small business) and HPE/ARUBA (Best of breed networking, wireless and identity management and security products.) Our services also integrate seamlessly with Public Cloud providers such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS.
SpringTel’s MPLS and VPLS services combine cost-saving simplicity with reliable, flexible, and comprehensive functionality.
The fully managed IP MPLS private network with QoS offers the possibility of connecting all of a company’s sites to a single IP network, allowing data, voice, and video convergence.